The photo of the Stars and Stripes being raised above Iwo Jima is one of the most iconic shots of the 20th Century.
It seems appropriate that Las Vegas is itself the setting for a half-decent shoot’em-up, Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six — it’s so mad and artificial that it feels really quite plausible...
Ricky Gervais has come a long way since he burst onto our TV screens in The Office a few short years ago.
Night at the Museum is a film that reeks of a 30-second studio pitch. Possibly not even 30 seconds: “There’s a natural history museum.
By Neil Davey
Time travel, a little romance, lots of explosions, and a CSI-style murder investigation; Déjà Vu ticks a lot of crowd-pleasing boxes and can't have been hard to pitch.
Jack Sparrow is once again doing the whole pisshead-pirate thing and being a pain in the government’s arse.
A knack for comic timing frequently means that comedians make great actors. Steve Martin in Roxanne, for example, or Adam Sandler in Punch Drunk Love.